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Review: Lost in Tennessee by Anita DeVito

Title: Lost in TennesseeLost in Tennessee

Author: Anita DeVito

Publisher: Entangled Scandalous, Entangled Publishing

Release Date: October 19th, 2015

Rating: 5/5

Whoever is selecting the Select Suspense novels for Entangled Publishers deserves an award for the high calibre, superb, well written novels they have released today – including this one!

When Architect Kate Riley gets lost and asks country superstar Butch McCormick for directions and helps him hang the sign on his home without recognising him the ones he gives her land her right back on his land again, this time with a shredded tyre! Little does she know that dangers associated with this handsome singer/songwriter.

He’s returned to his family home after his third marriage is about to end in divorce. He’s taking some time off to work on repairing the old house which originally belonged to his grandparents. He never expected a feisty red head to burst into his life and prove such a distraction! As fate throws them together and their mutual attraction develops, there are dangers around as a serial murderer kills more people who were close to Butch . . . who is the killer? Will Kate be their next victim? Why are they killing their victims?

This is a superbly written story which engages the reader from the first page to the last. As more bodies are discovered the tension and suspense grows dramatically. All the characters and their interactions are brilliantly portrayed, making it easy for the reader to be drawn in to the story. There are plenty of sign posts along the book’s journey, but lots of twists, turn and unexpected detours, including humorous moments, to keep you enthralled.  This is a book I highly recommend to anyone who likes suspense filled thrillers with serial killers and romance.

Thanks to the author, publisher and NetGalley, too, for letting me read an ARC of this book in exchange for this, an honest review.

This book is available from a variety of sources including

amazon.co.uk           amazon.com          barnes and noble

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